Sheldon Riley has released his highly anticipated rendition of ‘Never Enough’ from his performance on 'The Masked Singer Australia'.
The 2022 Eurovision star wowed audiences with his cover of ‘Never Enough’ while competing disguised as a snap dragon.
He impressed audiences with his powerful vocals. His performances were heavily used in the 'The Masked Singer Australia' promos. He finished in an impressive runner-up place!
The original version of ‘Never Enough’ was sung by Loren Allred, and was released back in 2017 for the 'The Greatest Showman' film soundtrack. The song was later reimagined by Kelly Clarkson in a 2018 release. Sheldon gives the song a powerful take making it truly his own.
The young performer has had a huge year!
Back in February he won 'Eurovision - Australia Decides' 2022 on the Gold Coast with his entry 'Not The Same'. The win earned him a spot in Turin at the Eurovision Song Contest representing Australia. He made the Grand Final and finished in 15th place.
Just last weekend Sheldon opened the NRL Grand Final entertainment in front of millions of Australians watching from home, where he performed 'Everybody Wants to Rule the World', originally by Tears for Fears. Check out all you need to know about his NRL performance.
The Eurovision sensation has a big few months ahead.
Sheldon is set to headline the Feast Festival in Adelaide on November 5. The Feast Festival is a not-for-profit LGBTIQ+ Queer Arts and Cultural Festival, which this year is celebrating its 25 year anniversary . Sheldon is performing at the Opening Night Carnival Party located in Victoria Square in the centre of the city. You can get tickets to the event here.
Straight after that Sheldon heads off to the Netherlands to perform at Het Grote Songfestivalfeest 2022 in Amsterdam. The event is a Dutch televised concert which features past Eurovision artists. You can find out the full line-up and more details here.
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